5 Fab Facts (Episode 8)

Aug 31, 2020

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5 Fab Facts heard on latest episode

Here are the top 5 Fab Facts heard on Episode 8 of Newsy Pooloozi.

FAB FACT NUMBER 1: In order for a tropical storm to be called, or categorized, as a “hurricane” the winds must be 74-miles-per-hour.

FAB FACT NUMBER 2: Hurricanes are named after letters of the alphabet – alternating between male and female names – except for the letters Q, U, X, Y, and Z.

FAB FACT NUMBER 3: If there have been enough named storms to go through alphabet in a single season (excluding the 5 letters that aren’t used), then the Greek alphabet is used to name the remaining storms.

FAB FACT NUMBER 4: Hurricanes are called cyclones in the south Pacific and Indian Ocean but called typhoons in the northwest Pacific Ocean near China and Japan.

FAB FACT NUMBER 5: Jugaad is the special Hindi word for doing something with ingenuity (which means thinking of clever and unusual solutions) but with few resources.